Each individual performing this function is responsible for not only the overall quality of the activities performed per written procedures and training but also for interaction with the entire team to strive to achieve goals, promote achieve goals, promote safety and build a relationship with team members through respect and communication.
2.0 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Assembly Supervisor is responsible for performing the following functions
1) Assign work to Assembly line operators and support personnel at the start of each shift.
2) Direct, assist & support the training procedures of the Assembly line.
3) Communicate to other shift supervisors any change or problems in the Assembly Department and assist in the process.
4) Documented evaluation of hourly Assembly line workers as needed.
5) Monitor the auxiliary equipment. Ensure proper maintenance, cleaning, etc.
6) Maintain a neat and orderly work area.
7) Coordinate and assist with time utilization, direct and indirect labor, of all team members including team leaders.
8) Perform other duties as directed by Management.
3.0 SKILLS, REQUIREMENTS AND EDUCATION REQUIRED
1) High school diploma or General Education Certificate (GED) and/or equivalent work history.
2) Minimum six (6) months with Jones Plastic or one (1) year job-related experience.
3) Physical requirements:
a) Subjected to lifting fifty (50) pounds.
b) Repetitive bending, stooping, pushing, standing and sitting, with or without accommodations.
4) Good communication skills, oral and written; good organizational and interpersonal skills.
5) Computer skills an advantage but not required.
6) Must be able to work with minimum supervision.
Corrective And Preventive Actions
Quality Management Systems
Good Manufacturing Practices